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Synonyms for foremilk

milky fluid secreted for the first day or two after parturition


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aureus was the most predominant organism (n=6) recovered quarter foremilk samples of buffaloes followed by unidentified coagulase negative Staphylococcus spp.
The Results: The Danish found that vitamin D levels were higher in hindmilk than in foremilk. There was a correlation between the mother's blood vitamin D levels and that of their breast milk.
Foremilk (which is released within the first 5-10 minutes) is more 'sugary and watery' compared to hindmilk which has more fat and proteins.
Strip out the foremilk (four to six pulls) to flush out the teat canal.
Switching sides, positions, and order allow each child to benefit from foremilk and hindmilk, which is rich in necessary fat and calories (Walshaw, 2010).
Beginining with the teat closest to the milker, one or two streams of foremilk were discarded from each teat, and, for first quarter sampling, 5 to 10 mL of milk from each quarter was collected in a separate sterile vial for bacteriological examination.
Foremilk, produced earlier in the feed, has high water content and is rich in protein.
Individual milk samples, consisting of proportional volumes of morning and evening milk, were taken after cleaning and disinfection of teats and discharging the first streams of foremilk. Samples were collected in 200 ml sterile plastic containers at fortnightly intervals throughout the lactation period and maintained under refrigeration until they were analysed.
Different bacterial pathogens were isolated form quarter foremilk samples.
The foremilk leaking onto her dress pooled in her bellybutton, clotted there, and became cheese.
Creamatocrit Plus also guides the separation of foremilk and the high-lipid, high-caloric hindmilk to accelerate weight gain in extremely low-birthweight infants.
Thus, adiponectin concentrations should be measured in various kinds of breast milk (preterm milk, colostrum, full milk during a longer period of lactation, foremilk, and hindmilk).
At each feed the breasts produce two types of milk: foremilk, which is produced at the beginning of a feed, and hindmilk, which has more fat, energy and essential nutrients.
During the actual time of breast-feeding, the foremilk can have a fat content of about 1% and the hindmilk can have a fat content of up to 12%; levels of fat can also differ between the two breasts.